Walkways fused with artificial intelligence, an on-site farm for picking vegetables, and smart lavatories that offer a health diagnosis.
It may not sound like an average trip to the shops.
However, Westfield claims these innovations are only 10 years away from becoming part and parcel of a shopping centre visit.
The retail giant has created a vision of how people will shop in 2028, which it claims will match the latest technology with the demand for extraordinary experiences.
Shopping centres of the future will be “hyper connected micro cities”, according to Westfield. “New technologies are fused with back-to-basics, including gardens and ‘classroom retail’, where people watch and learn…
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